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Li pledges support for global firms

Premier: Country to remain steadfast in opening itself wider to entire world


Highlights of China's foreign trade development in past decade

During the past decade, China has seen notable progress in boosting the high-quality development of foreign trade amid its efforts to build an open economy, with the trade volume continuously expanding and structures improving.


A Bright Shared Future – Stories Along the Belt and Road

We hope it will help our readers understand the significance of forging a community of shared future for humanity, the close connection between the Chinese Dream and the aspirations of the people of other countries, and that the Belt and Road is an important platform for building a community of shared future for all peoples.


Nation seen at forefront of global growth

China's huge economic scale, the strong resilience of its economy and high-level opening-up will mean it remains one of the most appealing destinations for foreign investment, providing new opportunities for global stakeholders, experts said at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.


Foreign companies remain confident in China's NEV market

German automaker Volkswagen's Chinese joint venture Volkswagen Anhui recently began working on a new project for making new energy vehicle (NEV) parts, with an investment of 130 million yuan (about 19.5 million U.S. dollars).


Vale excited to work with China's opening-up

Vale, a global mining company, said it welcomed China's latest resolve to further open to the rest of the world.


Global business leaders bullish on China's long-term economic outlook at WEF

Economists and business leaders attending the World Economic Forum (WEF)'s annual meeting on Monday expressed confidence in the long-term outlook for economic growth in China, pinning their hope on the world's second-largest economy to lead a global economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.


China's huge market remains attractive for foreign investors: ministry

China's huge market remains attractive for foreign capital, and the country will continue to improve investment environment to deliver more conveniences to overseas investors, said Shu Jueting, a spokesperson from China's Ministry of Commerce, on Thursday.


MNCs cheer opening-up speech of Xi

Top executives say country's policies, sound biz climate are big positives